Wave (magazine)

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Wave
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Editor Latshering Glan Tamang
Categories Youth Magazine
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Annapurna Media Pvt. Ltd.
First issue August 1994
Country Nepal
Based in Kupondole, Lalitpur
Language English
Website wavemag.com.np

WAVE is an English-language, monthly magazine published by Annapurna Media Pvt. Ltd. [1] The company acquired the magazine in 2013. [1] Each month, the magazine publishes articles addressing the youth and their varied interests. Apart from touching on the lighter fun side, it also addresses more "serious" aspects - but from a youthful perspective. The magazine has a large impact on the urban Nepali youth. [1]

WAVE magazine is based in Kupondole, Lalitpur. [2]

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References

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  2. "Detailed Job Description / Requirements". JobsNepal.com. Retrieved 9 September 2016.